EuroGP2001 18-20 April 2001
Lake Como (Milan), Italy
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Award winning papers

EvoFlight

Tobias Grosche, University of Bayreuth, Germany
grosche@uni-bayreuth.de
A conceptual approach for simultaneous flight schedule construction with genetic algorithms
Tobias Grosche, Armin Heinzl, Franz Rothlauf

EvoStim

Wahiba Ramdane-Cherif, University of Technology, France
wahiba.ramdane-cherif@univ-troyes.fr
A Genetic Algorithm for the Capacitated Arc Routing Problem and its Extensions
Philippe Lacomme, Christian Prins and Wahiba Ramdane-Cherif

EvoLearn

Francisco Pereira, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
xico@dei.uc.pt
The Influence of Learning in the Evolution of Busy Beavers
Francisco B. Pereira and Ernesto Costa

EvoIASP

Amine Boumaza, INRIA, France
amine.boumaza@inria.fr
Dynamic Flies: Using Real-Time Parisian Evolution in Robotics
Amine M. Boumaza and Jean Louchet

EvoCop

Ralf Keuthen, University of Nottingham, UK
rxk@cs.nott.ac.uk
Effective Local and Guided Variable Neighbourhood Search Methods for the Asymmetric Travelling Salesman Problem
E. K. Burke, P. I. Cowling, R. Keuthen

EuroGP: Best student paper

Anargyros Sarafopoulos, NCCA Bournemouth University, UK
asarafop@bournemouth.ac.uk
Evolution of Affine Transformations and Iterated Function Systems using Hierarchical Evolution Strategy
A Sarafopoulos

EuroGP: Best talk

Tina Yu, Chevron Information Technology Company, USA
tiyu@chevron.com
Polymorphism and Genetic Programming
T Yu

EuroGP: Best paper

Dr Riccardo Poli, University of Birmingham, UK
r.poli@cs.bham.ac.uk
Nic McPhee, University of Minnesota, Morris, USA
mcphee@mrs.umn.edu

For the two papers:

Exact Schema Theorems for GP with One-Point and Standard Crossover Operating on Linear Stuctures and their Application to the Study of the Evolution of Size

and

A schema theory analysis of the evolution of size in genetic programming with linear representations

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